Ceilings which can be dismantled
The installation process is similar to that for the fixed ceiling. It is put into place with a T15 structure and mechanised panels for the standard concealed model.
The metallic structure is mounted perpendicular to the panels. It is advisable to leave 60 cm between the panels. The perimeter angle is mounted onto the wall, from where the installation starts. A distance of 18 mm should be left between the perimeter angle and the metallic structure (T24 or with OMEGA 26mm form)
The first Spigoacustic panel rests on the perimeter angle and is attached to the structure with metal cramp irons. The following panel is put into place using a nut and bolt system and is fixed with its structure.
This action is repeated until the ceiling is completed.
The metallic structure is mounted perpendicular to the panels. It is advisable to leave 60 cm between the panels.
Horizontal panels. The order of installation is from low to high, with the bolt supported at ground level (cutting down if necessary) and the nut is fixed to the metallic structure (OMEGA 26 mm) with its metal cramp irons. This action is repeated until the wall is completed.
Vertical panels. The support structure should be horizontal. Installation starts on one side until the wall is completed.
The metallic structure can be substituted for wooden spacers, using the same procedure.